Nokia has just introduced its first dual SIM handsets in Kenya, the C1-00 and C2-00 models, that will be available for 30 Euro and 45, respectively. C1-00 is pictured below and comes with an impressive battery, able to work in standby mode for up to 6 weeks in a row.

Nokia C1-00 also incorporates a flashlight, FM radio, a 3.5mm audio jack, GSM 900/1800 MHz connectivity, the Series 30 interface and 128 x 160 pixel TFT display. The device also integrates a handsfree speaker and supports MP3 ringtones. As far as Nokia C2-00 is concerned, this is a more expensive handset, because it’s got better specs.

Here’s the device:

This unit will debut in Q4 2010 and it’ll come packing GSM 900/1800 MHz connectivity, GPRS class 12, the Series 40 interface, a 128 x 160 pixel TFT display, an MP3 player and a microSD card slot (32GB support). A VGA camera, FM radio, Bluetooth and a 3.5mm audio jack complete the features list of Nokia C2-00.

[via mobile review]

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